Justification

The Doctrine of Justification by Matthias Loy

“Human reason and inclination are always in their natural state averse to the doctrine of Justification by faith. Hence it is no wonder that earth and hell combine in persistent efforts to banish it from the Church and from the world. “This great doctrine of the sinner’s justification by faith in the Redeemer of the world, who lived and suffered and died to save our lost race, is the very soul of the supernatural revelation given in Holy Scripture.

Walther and the Predestination Controversy or The Error of Modern Missouri by Schodde et al.

The rise of the Synodical Conference under the LCMS has made Universal Objective Justification the Shibboleth of American Lutheranism. Quite simply, if you do not accept UOJ, you are not considered a “Confessional Lutheran”. Towards the end of his life, C. F. W. Walther brought forth a teaching of election which many Missouri and other American Lutherans could not reconcile with the Scriptures or the Lutheran Confessions. The resulting “Predestination Controversy” split the Lutheran Church.

A Testimony Against the False Doctrine of Predestination Recently Introduced By The Missouri Synod. Part 3 of Walther and the Predestination Controversy or The Error of Modern Missouri by Schodde et al.

The rise of the Synodical Conference under the LCMS has made Universal Objective Justification the Shibboleth of American Lutheranism. Quite simply, if you do not accept UOJ, you are not considered a “Confessional Lutheran”. Towards the end of his life, C. F. W. Walther brought forth a teaching of election which many Missouri and other American Lutherans could not reconcile with the Scriptures or the Lutheran Confessions. The resulting “Predestination Controversy” split the Lutheran Church.

Intuitu Fidei or In View of Faith. Part 2 of Walther and the Predestination Controversy or The Error of Modern Missouri by Schodde et al.

Calvinism’s “doctrines of grace” make unconditional election the first cause of a person’s salvation. In contrast, the Book of Concord places “justification by faith” at the center of orthodox Christianity. The rise of the Synodical Conference under the LCMS has made Universal Objective Justification the Shibboleth of American Lutheranism. Quite simply, if you do not accept UOJ, you are not considered a “Confessional Lutheran”. Towards the end of his life, C.

The Present Controversy on Predestination. Part 1 of Walther and the Predestination Controversy or The Error of Modern Missouri by Schodde et al.

The rise of the Synodical Conference under the LCMS has made Universal Objective Justification the Shibboleth of American Lutheranism. Quite simply, if you do not accept UOJ, you are not considered a “Confessional Lutheran”. Towards the end of his life, C. F. W. Walther brought forth a teaching of election which many Missouri and other American Lutherans could not reconcile with the Scriptures or the Lutheran Confessions. The resulting “Predestination Controversy” split the Lutheran Church.

The Way of Salvation In The Lutheran Church by George Gerberding

“Yes, the Lutheran Church does believe in salvation, in the absolute necessity of its personal application, and in eternal perdition to every one who will not come to God in His own way of salvation – through Jesus Christ. “And thus the Lutheran system is a complete system. It takes in everything revealed in the Word. It teaches to observe all things that Christ has commanded. It declares the whole counsel of God.

A Summary of the Christian Faith by Henry Eyster Jacobs

Henry Eyster Jacobs was one of the clearest and best teachers American Lutheranism has produced. The Summary has been beloved by Christians for its easy to use question and answer format and is coverage of all the essentials of the Christian faith. He includes two essays on the subject of election and predestination. The second, Luther on Speculations Concerning Predestination, is particularly useful. Topics Covered The Being And Attributes Of God The Trinity Creation Providence Of Angels Man As Created Sin The Grace Of God Towards Fallen Men The Preparation Of Redemption The Person Of Christ The States of Christ The Offices Of Christ, Christ As Prophet Christ As Priest Christ As King The Mission Of The Holy Ghost Faith in Christ Justification The Gospel Call Illumination Regeneration The Mystical Union Renovation Or Sanctification The Word As The Means Of Grace The Law And The Gospel The Sacraments Of Holy Baptism Of The Holy Supper The Church The Ministry The Church’s Confessions Church Discipline The Christian Family The State Life After Death The Resurrection Of The Body The Return Of Christ The General Judgment Eternal Death Eternal Life The Divine Purpose As Interpreted By Its Contents And Results Download the eBook

New Testament Conversions by George H. Gerberding

The only way to be certain that we understand conversion and salvation correctly is to go to the Bible. This is what pastor Gerberding does in this excellent book. Table of Contents Fanaticism Coldness Book Chapters Download the eBook Publication Information Fanaticism “Why, then, a new book of sermons on conversion? ”…here is a whole host of would-be evangelizers. They seem to consider it their special mission and commission to “convert sinners.

The True Church: Its Way of Justification and Its Holy Communion by Emanuel Greenwald

“The force of a plain passage of God’s Word is sought to be evaded by the flippant reply, ‘Yes, so it reads in your Bible,’ as if we had made the Bible. No, it is God’s Word, and not man’s word, and we have it in our hands, just as Christ spoke it, and the apostles wrote it, and the old primitive Church read it, and all Christendom, from that time to this, believed and practiced it.

The Priesthood of Believers by George H. Gerberding

“Luther taught that every true believer is a spiritual priest, is as near to the great Head of the Church as any official priest can be, and is equally entitled to the promise and gift of the Holy Ghost. He may exercise priestly functions among his fellow men and ought to do what he can to promote their well-being. “This teaching of Luther was calculated to awaken a joyous consciousness and energy in the common Christian calling.